In this travel guide, we find a listing of names and addresses to many places of interest that any paranormal fan would love to visit throughout all of the US. From haunted battleships to abandoned prisons, from insane asylums to cemeteries and even haunted hotels - no matter what your interests are, you’re sure to find a handful of places you would like to visit, eat at or even stay in a night or two. There’s something for everyone in this new paranormal travel guide.
I really loved this new paranormal reference guide and enjoyed reading about the many places both Mr. Vernor and Mr. Eads wrote about. Being an avid paranormal fan myself, I’ve heard of many of the places these authors have written about, but I was pleasantly surprised to learn of many more that I’m anxious to visit in the near future. I’m looking forward to going to Connecticut to see The Lighthouse Inn in New London. For New York, I’d love to see The City Hall Subway Station in Manhattan, Sleepy Hollow Cemetery in Sleepy Hollow, Fort Ticonderoga in Ticonderoga and The Otesaga Resort in Cooperstown. In New Jersey I’d love to go to The Burlington County Prison in Holly and travel along Clinton Road in West Milford. As for Massachusetts, I can’t wait to visit the entire town of Salem and then go visit Hammond Castle in Gloucester. Finally, in Pennsylvania, I already have added to my list Nemacolin Castle in Brownsville, the entire area of Gettysburg and lastly, Eastern State Penitentiary in Philadelphia. As you can see, there are plenty of things to do and see in just a handful of the states I mentioned. There’s plenty more to pick from in the US, so if you love visiting haunted places, this is the book to add to your collection. I highly recommend it!
America is the land of the beautiful, but it is also a land of mystery and many haunted and bizarre places. With 150 images, addresses, and directions, go state-by-state to tour the macabre side of the United States. Journey to haunted old battleships, abandoned prisons, creepy lunatic asylums, the Amityville Horror House, the Winchester House, museums such as Edgar Allan Poe's home, New Orleans Voodoo Museum, the Lizzie Borden Bed and Breakfast, and much more! In addition suggesting places to visit, where to stay, and places to eat, chapters on each state have a break down of how best to experience the curious and bizarre sometimes just a building and other times a whole town. Come on this unusual but richly satisfying tour. You won't be disappointed.